Cultural Competence

As the workforce continues to diversify, organizations must establish work environments that enable their talent to thrive and succeed in cross-cultural situations. The best way this can be…

Employer Branding in Oil & Gas – Differentiating Your Organization

Learn how Halliburton built its global employment value proposition (EVP), how the company segments its candidate populations into subsets with their own unique EVPs (or sub-brands), and how…

How to Avoid Undermining Your Workplace Culture of Service – Recruiting for Service Excellence

Mission Statement, Vision of Excellence, or Commitment to Service. Healthcare organizations have different names for the concept, but in the end, the terms mean the same thing.

When in Rome… Embrace the Culture & Share Some of Yours

Things are different in society today. We have a better understanding of the importance and the benefit of diversity and being inclusive. If we all simply conformed to the ways of the majority everywhere we went, that would limit our own personal growth and the value that we can contribute to that organization, culture or group.

Four Things Leaders Can Do To Reduce Team Conflicts

Studies of workplace behaviors reveal some startling statistics with regard to the impact that conflict has on business performance. One study indicates that two out of three employee performance problems can be traced to unresolved interpersonal conflicts. Another study estimates that the average manager spends something like forty percent of their time addressing workplace conflicts.

Risk and HR Managers: No Talking!

With risk management having bloomed, for many companies, into an essential competency over the past decade, it only makes sense that enterprise risk managers would eventually begin spooning human-capital risk onto their plates. And that is happening — but very slowly, with relatively few yet digging in.